Jude Law’s son Rafferty, 23, is the double of his dad in red carpet appearance

It was hard to mistake Rafferty Law, who is his famous father Jude's double, at Milan Fashion week.

Jude Law's 23-year-old son shares his dad's good looks, curly brown hair and sharp dress sense.

And not only does Rafferty look like his actor dad, he's also hoping to follow in his footsteps in the acting world.

Arriving at the Valentino fashion show, Rafferty looked handsome in a pair of black wide-legged trousers which he teamed up with a black jumper underneath a dark grey trench coat.

To finish his outfit off he teamed it with chunky black shoes and accessorised his look with a gold chain.

He even kept his hair similar to his dad's as he slicked his dark curls back away from his face.

Making a name for himself Rafferty, whose mum is Sadie Frost, is currently in a band called Outer Stella Overdrive and is also trying his hand at acting.

He recently appeared in the film Twist – a modern-day adaptation of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist.

Due to the pandemic the release of the film keeps being pushed back

He revealed he's keen to show the world his acting abilities, as he told Wonderland magazine: "The script and the cast blew me away. I was like, 'The pressure is on. I really need to put in the time'.

  • Drug scandals, junkie rockers and rehab -what came next for the Primrose Hill Set

And talking about having famous parents he added: "I think there have been advantages and disadvantages to it.

"I've always focused on pursuing the things I love and proving to people that I'm hardworking.

"I'm just really excited for Twist to come out. I want it to speak for itself. And the same with my music."

Rafferty is the eldest son of actor Jude, 47, and actress and producer Sadie, 55, and also has a full brother and sister named Rudy and Iris, who all share Sadie Frost as a mother

Jude also has a daughter with model Samantha Burke, another daughter with Catherine Harding and a child with his girlfriend Phillipa Coan, born this month

Source: Read Full Article